Black Friday Coffee Deals and Cyber Monday Coffee Deals

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Check out this automatically updating list of Black Friday and Cyber Monday coffee deals!

Black Friday & Cyber Monday
Coffee Deals…and Beyond!

Hello, shoppers!

This page contains LIVE deals. Come back each day to see what new offers are listed in the boxes below each coffee merchant.

There’s nothing as satisfying as getting all of your holiday shopping completed while seated at your computer. No crowds and no need to fight for parking spots. Many of these deals are published for Black Friday, but will update to reflect Cyber Monday additions.

Coffee is subjective. I realize that many of you prefer products that I wouldn’t purchase myself. Take it or leave it, here are the deals!

NOTE: These deals with the “redeem coupon” and “get deal” buttons are automatically updated, so if there’s a deal that appeals to you, it is active!

To view more details about a particular offer, click the name of the deal you’re interested in. Sometimes, these limited deals include coupon codes. If an offer requires a coupon code, you will see it displayed next to the deal. Happy shopping, and I wish you a happy holiday season!


Go Coffee Go (A CoffeeNate Fave)

Go Coffee Go is a phenomenal place to access a multitude of exceptional roasters, all with a single shopping cart!

You get to select from some of the best roasters in the country without having to hunt around the internet. For Cyber Monday, they are offering 20% off all coffees with coupon CYBER.

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Cafe Britt

cafebritt cyber monday coffee deal

Cafe Britt is offering every coffee for just $8.95/bag, plus huge savings on their Mix N’ Match gourmet products, where you can save over $150. Create a customized gift and receive free shipping on order of 6+ bags of coffee!

Current Cafe Britt Coffee Deals


1st in Coffee

1st in coffee black friday deals
1st in Coffee is offering free shipping on orders over $50, as well as deeply discounted, refurbished espresso machines. They also carry several coffees, as well as coffee supplies. In addition, enjoy 20% off of selected lines of coffee brewers, grinders, and top of the line espresso machines.

Current 1st in Coffee Deals

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National Coffee Day Deals 2017 : #NationalCoffeeDay

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National Coffee Day Deals 2017

Of course, for us coffee freaks, every day is National Coffee Day. For normal people, it’s just one day a year. This post will show you every place you can snag a free coffee on National Coffee Day 2017. There are enough offers here that you can obtain a massive caffeine buzz and add a few pounds from free donut consumption. This is the most comprehensive list as of now, but new coffee deals will surely be added. Deals will be added as we find them. Please feel free to submit deals we may have missed in the comments.

Note: While National Coffee Day is technically September 29th, some shops have chosen to promote it as October 1st. It is a bit confusing as various countries celebrate it on different days. Check the offers below and plan your free coffee runs on the correct day! 🙂

Chain and Online Deals

Dunkin Donuts


Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf

CBTL free coffee

Free Coffee Bean coffee when you download the app

Krispy Kreme

Horn & Hardart

Peet’s Coffee

Caribou Coffee


Tim Hortons (US Only)

Dutch Bros

Pilot Flying J

Atlas Coffee Club

First bag of coffee is free when people sign up for a monthly subscription to Atlas Coffee Club, a travel themed coffee subscription. Use the discount code: AtlasCoffeeDay17. Cancel at any time.

Cumberland Farms

Biggby Coffee

Coffee Beanery

Coffee Culture

Stewart’s Shops

McDonald’s [select locations]


Free Pumpkin Pie Latte on Friday, September 29th


Cafe Grumpy

New York, NY (Grand Central Terminal)

Hart’s Local Grocers

Rochester, NY

New Hope Mills

Auburn, NY


Washington, DC

Super America


Magnum Coffee

Nunica, MI
Las Vegas, NV

Levee Creamery

Collierville, TN

Einstein Bros.

Knoxville, TN

Aromas + Bliss

Omaha, NE

Human Bean





Charelston, SC

Taproom Coffee

Atlanta, GA

CCs Coffee House


Joffrey’s Coffee

Tampa, FL

Oceana Coffee

Taquesta, FL

Black Bear Bread Co.

Grayton Beach, FL

Samba Latte

Las Vegas, NV

Press Coffee Roasters


Farley’s East

Oakland, CA

Wake Up Call

Spokane, WA

Meinhardt Fine Foods

Vancouver, BC

Online National Coffee Day Deals


15% off ALL coffees. An excellent source of fine coffee, GoCoffeeGo brings several roasters’ offerings into a single shopping cart!

1st In Coffee

Cafe Britt

HiLine Coffee

7 Valuable Steps to Brewing Coffee That Will Make You an Expert

7 valuable steps to brewing coffee
Guest post by Shaun Pullen

Making coffee is serious business, woe to the Keurig pods.

The search for great coffee has become an American obsession. It’s right up there with NASCAR and colluding with Russians. Connoisseurs of the elixir of life can now please their discerning palates at boutique coffee emporiums stretching from Seattle to Key West.

However, a fierce debate rages on regarding the best way to brew one’s coffee at home. Some swear by the vacuum process while others pledge their fealty to the French Press or the pour over. Brand names like Chemex, Aeropress, and Hario are now tossed around as freely as Frisbees.


Making coffee is serious business, and woe to the neophyte who says, “I think those Keurig pods are pretty good.” Blasphemer!

So, if you want to impress the Caffeine Cognoscenti, you may want to follow these seven easy steps to make one helluva good cup o’ Joe.

coffee brewing steps


If you’re going to make your coffee, the first decision is how you’re going to make it. Many people who are sticklers for great coffee swear by the pour-over method and swear even more when they run out of filters.

So, if you find automatic coffee makers an abomination and a tool of Satan, get yourself a good Hario V60. Hario in Japanese means “King of Glass.” So don’t throw any stones at it. This Japanese-made pour-over kit contains a heat-resistant glass coffee pot that’s microwavable. It holds 4 cups and is easy to use.

And best of all, it makes a killer cuppa.

coffee brewing steps


What? You use pre-ground coffee! That’s a serious misdemeanor in Eugene or Portland, OR. According to the Coffee Nostra, coffee must be ground every time you make coffee. So, a grinder is de rigueur (which is a French phrase for “super cool”).


People in the know love the Burr coffee grinder and not just because of Aaron Burr, who killed Hamilton, invented it. His invention is making a killing, I know, ironic. The Burr can grind 17 different ways (insert joke here), so it’s well worth the modest price.

Nate Note: Unlike the blade-type grinders, burr grinders produce a more consistent grind size. Blades always create dust, which makes your coffee taste bitter.

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Okay, you’ve got your coffee maker, your grinder, now comes the hard part.

Back in the day, there were only three kinds of coffee beans, and two of them were found on top of Juan Valdez’s donkey.
Today, at last count, you have 26,341 different types of beans to choose from, some from countries you’ve never heard of before.

So, why whole beans? Could it be because all their essentials oils are locked inside? Yes, I just answered my own question. And make sure they’re freshly roasted.

Okay, where are these precious beans? At a local roaster or a small roaster who sells online. Don’t have one? Then go to GoCoffeeGo and you’ll find a selection of quality beans from several roasters…all in one shopping cart. Or just walk around a trendy neighborhood in your city and sniff around a lot.

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Now that the obsession of brewing the perfect cup of coffee has jeopardized your job and your social life, let’s go full-tilt OCD and talk about water thermometers. Yes, that’s right. Because if your heated water is only 185 degrees (the current temperature in Phoenix), you’re cheating yourself.

Those in the know say that 200 degrees in the gold standard of heatitude. So get that water thermometer out or get yourself the Bonavita Variable Temperature Kettle and impress your friends. If you still have any left.

coffee brewing steps


The average human body is about 70% water unless you’re Michael Phelps. Then it’s 98.75%. The same for coffee. That’s why many people think of Michael Phelps when they drink coffee.


So it’s important to use filtered water. Not tap water. That will only anger your grind. And angry coffee is yucky coffee. Spring water and filtered water are best. Distilled? Not so much.

coffee brewing steps


If you aspire to be a great coffee brewer, then there are a few fundamental things you should know. So get out your calculators and take notes.

  • Coffee to Water Ratio
    “Do I really have to know this?” “Will this be on the test?” Hey, stop your bellyaching. This is important stuff. Ideally, the ratio for a great cup is 18 parts water to one part coffee. So, if you’re using 4 cups of water, then… umm… you should be using… uhhh…Math is hard! I prefer the eyeball method.

    Nate Note: I get crazy here and uses a Hario scale to measure the mass of water used. I use a scale because mass offers better consistency from brew to brew than measuring by volume. If you use a ratio of 15:1, it would be 1000 g of water to about 67 g of coffee. Coffee is subjective, so adjust the ratio until you find your preference. Note that you’ll adjust this ratio for various brewing methods.

  • Grind Particle Size
    When it comes to coffee, size matters. A medium fine grind is ideal for most brewing methods. A coarser grind says to the world, “I haven’t a clue about the brew.”…unless you’re using a press pot. So get out that Burr device and figure it out.

  • Water Temperature
    Don’t forget the water should be between 198 and 202 degrees.

coffee brewing steps


Gandhi once said, “This lousy coffee tastes like the Ganges! Send it back!”
Coffee is a very personal thing. Start your day with a bad cup of coffee and the whole day is ruined. But a great cup of coffee makes the world seem more tolerable, like a world with fewer Kardashians.

So how do you tell the difference? Well, if you take a sip of java and immediately spit it out and cry “Foul!” that’s a good indication you’ve just tasted bad coffee. Conversely, if you take a sip… smile, say “Ahhh!” and high-five your umbrella stand, then you’ve tasted the delicious stuff.


In summary, there’s no excuse for a bad cup of coffee anymore. Just follow the previous seven steps, and nirvana will be awaiting you. Namaste.

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How to Store Coffee – Tips on Coffee Freshness

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